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Suzanne Stokes, Playmate of the Month in February 2000, Busted With Meth in Hollywood

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Wed, Jun 8, 2011 at 10:10 AM
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If we had to guess where Playmates of the Month find themselves one decade after their pinnacle of bathroom-wankin' fame, it'd probably be along the lines of: Running stop signs along Hollywood Boulevard with a bag of meth and an arrest warrant on their pretty little heads.

Susanne Stokes, Playboy cover star of February 2000, made our downward-spiral fantasy come true this morning. TMZ reports that "cops initially stopped 31-year-old Stokes around 12:30 AM for blowing through a stop sign in Hollywood." An LAPD watch commander confirms...

... that she was "arrested for possession of a controlled substance, and she had an outstanding warrant for her arrest," but isn't sure where, exactly, Stokes was pulled over.

TMZ has the rest:

Cops then performed a search of Stokes' car and found methamphetamines.

Stokes was arrested and taken to a nearby jail -- where she was booked on a felony drug possession charge.

Stokes was released moments ago after posting the $11,000 bail.

Thus inducing the 31-year-old into the ex-Playmate Hall of Terrible Fates, alongside the Hollywood psycho arrested for stabbing her boyfriend (she then blamed it on her drug dealer) and the pinup who lay dead in her Beverly Hills mansion for a year before anybody found her.

Sadly, back in February 2000, Stokes said her ambitions were "to become a stunning actress. To keep improving myself every day." Oh, Hef -- look what you've done.

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